A perspective hallucination is an alteration of the perspective through which a given internal or external hallucination is seen through.      This effect is capable of manifesting itself across the four different perspectives described below:  
- 1st person - The most common form of perspective can be described as the normal experience of perceiving a hallucination from the person’s everyday self and body.
- 2nd person - This perspective can be described as the experience of perceiving a hallucination from the viewpoint of an external source of consciousness, such as another person, an animal, or an inanimate object.
- 3rd person - This perspective can be described as an out-of-body experience where a person’s viewpoint is floating above, below, behind, or in front of their physical body.
- 4th person - The least common form of perspective can be described as the experience of perceiving a hallucination from multiple or even seemingly infinite viewpoints and angles simultaneously.
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